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What is the equation of the following graph?
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anonymous
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@OOOPS help again? you seem to be the only one who can solve these and show me how to do it. please?
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@nincompoop

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anonymous
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@LynFran
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@Peaches15
anonymous
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what is the center of the ellipse?
anonymous
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(2,2)
anonymous
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What is the standard form of a SHIFTED-VERTICAL ellipse?
anonymous
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i honestly dont know...
anonymous
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google or look up at your book.
anonymous
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(x-h)^2/b^2 + (y-v)^2/a^2=1
anonymous
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http://www.math.binghamton.edu/grads/kaminski/math222_spring12/Sect10.5_ShiftedConics.pdf
anonymous
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so h and k are both 2? since 2,2 is the center
anonymous
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Print it out for you to look up the information later.
anonymous
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\(\dfrac{(x-h)^2}{a^2}+\dfrac{(y-k)^2}{b^2}=1\)
anonymous
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Look at the MAIN vertices, what is a?
anonymous
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-1?
anonymous
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|dw:1439516548747:dw|
anonymous
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This is kind of trick, but it works well. The distance between the 2 Main vertices is 6, right?
anonymous
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yes?
anonymous
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hence a = 6/2 =3
anonymous
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same as b, with the co-vertices.
anonymous
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|dw:1439516691048:dw|
anonymous
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b=2
anonymous
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|dw:1439516711884:dw|
anonymous
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Yes, now, plug them in, what do you get?
anonymous
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|dw:1439516756234:dw|
anonymous
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i get it. its the 1st option
anonymous
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nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnope
anonymous
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You typed out the WRONG formula
anonymous
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the last one
anonymous
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a is ALWAYS go with the main axis .
anonymous
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okay thnk you!
anonymous
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and the main axis is x,
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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i posted another question...i hate these ellipses

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